Definition of 'bank balance'
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The money paid out to the public will increase their bank balances. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993)The only thing that will get bigger is the bank balance of the people selling them. The Sun (2012)They must have a big bank balance now because of all the work they had done with their dad. The Sun (2013)And needless to say, his bank balance will rocket. The Sun (2011)So you appeal to their ego, sometimes that can be bigger than their bank balance. The Sun (2006)The flipside is that when you have a big bank balance and ambitions to match, public interest intensifies. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Keep a close eye on your bank balance as money spent now may be hard to replace and you'll regret being so cavalier. The Sun (2016)They'd need a big bank balance, obviously. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was in the nick of time for our bank balance, too, as we now had a third daughter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'bank balance'
British English: bank balance /bæŋk ˈbæləns/ NOUN
Your bank balance is the amount of money that you have in your bank account at a particular time.
Do you wish to use the Internet simply to check your bank balance?
- American English: bank balance
- Arabic: حِسَاب بَنْكِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: saldo bancário
- Chinese: 银行账户余额
- Croatian: stanje na računu
- Czech: zůstatek na účtě
- Danish: saldo
- Dutch: banksaldo
- European Spanish: saldo
- Finnish: pankkitilin saldo
- French: solde
- German: Kontostand
- Greek: υπόλοιπο τραπεζικού λογαριασμού
- Italian: saldo di conto bancario
- Japanese: 銀行の残高
- Korean: 은행 잔고
- Norwegian: saldo
- Polish: saldo rachunku bankowego
- European Portuguese: saldo bancário
- Romanian: soldul contului
- Russian: банковское сальдо
- Spanish: saldo bancario
- Swedish: kontosaldo
- Thai: งบดุลธนาคาร
- Turkish: bakiye
- Ukrainian: банківський баланс
- Vietnamese: số dư tài khoản ngân hàng
Definition of bank balance from the Collins English Dictionary
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